Eric Nalder and Lewis Kamb of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer uncover more police abuses in a continuation of the "Conduct Unbecoming" series. In their latest installment -- focusing on a specialized King County Sheriff's unit assigned to police the Metro regional transit system -- Nalder and Kamb, with assists from P-I beat reporters, turned out a quick-hitter investigation off a daily news story involving officers' controversial arrests of demonstrating bicyclists. In three weeks, the reporters used personnel documents and arrest, incident and complaint reports to supplement interviews with whistleblowers and other resources for this one-day package. Computer-assisted reporting specialist Daniel Lathrop complemented the print package with interactive online maps showing the most troublesome security spots along Metro's transit routes.
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